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Parental supervision : the new paradigm for foreign direct investment and development

Author: Theodore H Moran
Publisher: Washington, DC : Institute for International Economics, ©2001.
Series: Policy analyses in international economics, 64.
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This work amplifies the research Theodore Moran presented in "Foreign Direct Investment and Development (1998), assessing the opportunities and dangers that foreign direct investment may present to  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Moran, Theodore H., 1943-
Parental supervision.
Washington, DC : Institute for International Economics, c2001
(OCoLC)646955180
Named Person: Raymond Vernon; Raymond Vernon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theodore H Moran
ISBN: 0881323136 9780881323139
OCLC Number: 46952215
Description: xiii, 80 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1 Product Cycle Model of Foreign Direct Investment, Multinational Corporate Strategy, and Parent Control 3 --
2 Operations That Fit into the Product Cycle Model of Control and Supervision 7 --
Characteristics of the Affiliates Themselves 7 --
Backward Linkages 15 --
Spillovers and Externalities 24 --
3 Operations That Do Not Fit into the Product Cycle Model of Control and Supervision: Investments with Domestic-Content, Joint-Venture, and Technology-Sharing Mandates Imposed by the Host 31 --
Characteristics of the Affiliates Themselves 32 --
Backward Linkages 38 --
Externalities 40 --
4 Implications for Measuring the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Development 41 --
Dangers of Mismeasuring the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment 41 --
Appraising the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Host Countries Within the Context of Endogenous Growth Theory 44 --
Estimating the Impact of Rationalization and "Derationalization" of Production by Multinational Firms Across Borders 49 --
Assessing the Spread of Backward Linkages from Foreign Affiliates to Local Suppliers 53 --
Evaluating Spillovers and Externalities from Foreign Investors to the Host Economy 55 --
5 Policy Implications for Host Authorities 61 --
Implications for Host Country Policies Toward Foreign Direct Investment 61 --
Implications for Host Country Policies Toward Trade-and-Investment Negotiations 63 --
Table 4.1 Alternative estimates of the impact of investment liberalization 58 --
Table 5.1 Schematic comparison of foreign affiliates closely integrated into the parent's global sourcing network with foreign affiliates that are not 62.
Series Title: Policy analyses in international economics, 64.
Responsibility: Theodore H. Moran.

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